Two new ROG desktops from ASUS, the G11CD and the G20CB

Subject: Systems | October 9, 2015 - 06:01 PM |
Tagged: Skylake, LGA 1151, Intel H170, Intel H110, G11CDm G20CB, ASUS ROG, asus

ASUS has announced two new models of ROG Desktops for gamers based on Intel's new Skylake processors.  Both models offer a choice of i5 or i7 processors and a gamut of video cards including and AMD R9 380 and in the case of the G11CD/CB an NVIDIA GTX 745 up to a 980 Ti while the G20CB ranges from a GT740 to a TITAN X.

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The G11 is a full sized desktop, 176x440x442mm (6.9x17.3x17.4") and if you choose the CB model you will be able to have an H170 motherboard, a GTX 980Ti and up to a 512GB M.2 SSD.  The CD model does not support those features and is built on an H110 motherboard.  Both models off a choice between a DVD or Blu-Ray optical drive.

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The ROG G20 offers more power in a slightly smaller case, 104x340x358mm (4.1x13.4x14.1") which is achieved by using an external power supply and dropping the optical drive altogether.

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ASUS has managed to offer a vertically mounted TITAN X in this form factor, which is no small achievement.  The ROG G20 also offers wireless connectivity in addition to a wired LAN Port, along with space for two internal drives. 

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All models share the familiar black and red ROG colour scheme, a nice mix of  USB 3.1, 3.0 and 2.0 ports and 7.1 audio.  There is no word on the pricing for either of these desktops, keep an eye out for updates as we learn more.

Source: ASUS

October 10, 2015 | 03:58 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Maybe this is who gobbled up all the i7-6700K processors.

October 11, 2015 | 05:48 AM - Posted by Fane Tractor (not verified)

From the chipset I doubt they are using 6700k CPUs, maybe i7 6700. Nice case and pretty good specs for someone who can't build it on their own.

October 11, 2015 | 07:18 AM - Posted by Branthog

I miss when chassis used to just be square and beige and didn't look like they were trying to appeal to a retarded toddler.

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